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Fostering Diverse Cultural Identities 

Limed: Teaching with a TwistSeason 2, Episode 5 Tugçe Aldemir recently transitioned into an Assistant Professor position at Texas A&M University in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture. As an international faculty member from Turkey, she is especially aware…

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Understanding and Evaluating Online Course Accessibility

Limed: Teaching with a TwistSeason 2, Episode 3 Rafael da Silva teaches e-Learning design and development courses at Boise State University. As an instructional designer, Rafael is passionate about ensuring his course materials are accessible for his students. In this…

Two light-skinned young people are shown from behind as they sit at a table at the back of a classroom. They look behind themselves, to something beyond the visible image. In front of them, toward the front of the classroom, many other young people of varying gender and skin tone sit at rows of tables and face the front of the classroom. A medium-skinned woman stands at the front of the classroom, gesturing out toward the rows of young people. Behind her is a projected image that is not discernable from this distance. The same image is projected in multiple locations on every wall of the classroom.

PowerPointers: Making the Most of Slide Decks

Limed: Teaching with a Twist – Episode 4 Dr. Sarah Morrison-Smith is a new faculty member at Hamilton College, where the institutional culture leans away from PowerPoint in the classroom. Our panel of Jill McSweeney, Scott Spurlock, and Christina Wyatt…